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(1)Before making an order in respect of a person under section 181A without the person's consent the Commission must—

(a)give the person not less than one month's notice of its proposals, and

(b)invite representations to be made to it within a period specified in the notice.

(2)Before making an order under section 181A in respect of a person who the Commission knows or believes to be a charity trustee or trustee for a charity, the Commission must also—

(a)give notice of its proposals to each of the charity trustees of the charity in question;

(b)comply with the publicity requirement, unless the Commission is satisfied that for any reason compliance with the requirement is unnecessary.

(3)The publicity requirement is that the Commission must give public notice of its proposals, inviting representations to be made to it within a period specified in the notice.

(4)The time when any such notice is given is to be decided by the Commission.

(5)Any notice of any proposals which is to be given under this section is to contain such particulars of the proposals, or such directions for obtaining information about them, as the Commission thinks sufficient and appropriate.

(6)Where the Commission gives notice of any proposals under this section—

(a)it must take into account any representations made to it within the period specified in the notice, and

(b)it may (without further notice) proceed with the proposals either without modifications or with such modifications as it thinks desirable;

but a notice under subsection (2)(a) need not specify a period for the purposes of paragraph (a) if the charity came to the Commission's knowledge or belief after the expiry of the period specified for the purposes of subsection (1)(b).

(7)A notice under subsection (1) or (2)(a)—

(a)may be given by post, and

(b)if given by post, may be addressed to the recipient's last known address in the United Kingdom.

(8)A notice under subsection (2)(b) is to be given in such manner as the Commission thinks sufficient and appropriate.

(9)Where the Commission makes an order under section 181A in respect of a person it knows or believes to be a charity trustee or trustee for a charity it must (as well as serving it on that person) send a copy of the order and a statement of the Commission's reasons for making it—

(a)to the charity in question (if a body corporate), or

(b)(if not) to each of the charity trustees of the charity in question.

(10)Nothing in this section requires the Commission to give notice, or send a document, to a person who cannot be found or has no known address in the United Kingdom.

(11)Any documents required to be sent to a person under this section may be sent to, or otherwise served on, the person in the same way as an order made by the Commission under this Act could be served on the person in accordance with section 339.]

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